Marriott Al Jaddaf appoints DOSM and marketing & PR manager

Scott Catling and Astuti Singh have more than 10, nine years of experience respectively

Scott Catling and Astuti Singh
Scott Catling and Astuti Singh

Marriott Al Jaddaf has made two new executive appointments for their sales & marketing team with Scott Catling who joins as the director of sales & marketing and Astuti Singh as marketing & PR manager.

Catling has more than ten years of experience in the hospitality industry and with Marriott International, starting his career at their head office in Luton in 2006.

He has been in the GCC market since 2012 where he led the sales team for the Renaissance Doha Hotel, Courtyard by Marriott Doha and Marriott Executive Apartments.

In 2015, he moved to Dubai when he was appointed assistant director of corporate sales for the JW Marriott Marquis, and later on became director of sales & marketing for Courtyard by Marriott and Marriott Executive Apartments in Dubai Green Community in 2017.

Catling will now be leading the sales and marketing team at Marriott Al Jaddaf as well as developing and implementing strategic plans and developing sales and marketing promotions to achieve short and long-term objectives of the property.

Astuti Singh has been appointed as the marketing and PR manager of the hotel. 

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Prior to this role, Singh was heading the marketing and communications team at Sheraton Grand Bengaluru Hotel, where she supported the launch of Marriott International’s hundredth property in India.

With more than nine years of experience in the hospitality industry in India, Singh will now be responsible for Marriott Al Jaddaf’s marketing and communication strategies and campaigns of the hotel.

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